As noted in this forum at http://forums.cnet.com/7726-7589_102-5412417.html?tag=posts;msg5412417 you have to configure your router to allow communication in your LAN.
As a comment, I'm getting some feedback from my buddies in the service industry folk push back when that needs to be changed that the clients sometimes will refuse the change and the printer or other is left inoperable. The bill is still presented and the client can explode.
Do you think this setting should be explained by the maker or will folk pay for service?
I have a Toshiba Laptop
and an HP Officejet Pro 8500 A910 printer. The printer is connected to the router (wireless) no problem. I ran the wizard again to make sure it is set up. It printed a test page.
But 2 of us are using it and neither of us can print. Both of us are connected to the router, Netgear, again, wireless. It says we have print job in que but it will not connect with printer.
Can someone shed any light on what the problem might be? We have used the printer before, but since the new router was put in about 2 weeks ago, neither of us can print. We both have re-done our setup on our laptops, with CD for printer.
Thank you, Denise